Tall Blazingstar (Liatris aspera) Native from North Dakota down to eastern Texas, east to Wisconsin, Illinois and Louisiana With such a large native range, Liatris aspera could bloom anytime from July to October. It thrives in poor, dry soils in full sun to partial shade, reaching 3 feet tall and 6 to 12 inches wide. At maturity this plant should have several upright blooming stalks. Put it in anywhere, since it has a narrow footprint.
A loving mom commissioned me to design this 16 x 20" solid wood Gallery Block art piece for her college-bound daughter. The one inch edge is finished in black. A beautiful gift idea for someone you love ... or for yourself. contact Colleen at email@example.com Lyrics by Sidewalk Prophets: The Words I Would Say. $120. Free US Delivery
owner's story: It’s a real footprint of my prematurely born daughter. She was 3 months early, her foot was 2 inch long, very very small. It reminds me that everything is possible, and even tiniest people grow big someday with lost of love and care.